Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Protocol Development Checklists
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) offers a toolkit of Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) protocol development checklists that provide a list of items human trafficking task forces should consider when developing protocols specific to their local task force. These checklists encompass best practices, a trauma-informed and victim-centered approach, and are guided by the ECM, directing the development and implementation of strong and effective protocols.
- Data Collection
- Grant Reporting
- Referrals to/from Law Enforcement and Victim Service Providers
- Information Sharing
- Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Trauma-informed Protocols for Identifying, Screening, and Interviewing Human Trafficking Victims
- Trauma-informed Protocols for Accessibility of Services for Victims Who Are Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing
- Communication and Media Relations
- Language Access
For more information, please contact the IACP Anti-Human Trafficking team at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the IACP Anti-Human Trafficking Webpage.
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